검색창 닫기
College of Humanites CORE Program News for January 29th, 2018
  • Writer인문대학
  • Date2018-03-22 15:31:49
  • Pageview140

College of Humanities CORE Program News for January 29th, 2018

** Weekly or Biweekly Newsletter for Professors at the College of Humanities

1. There is still funding leftover from the amount allotted by the 2017 budget for domestic guest lectures, so departments planning to hold special lectures during the winter vacation period (January to mid-February) should apply for funding as soon as possible. Speakers not affiliated with SNU and professors from departments outside of the Humanities are eligible. (※ SNU Humanities professors are not covered under this provision of the budget.)

2.  Evaluations of the essays submitted for the CORE essay contest were conducted on January 23rd and the results are as follows.  A small prize will be awarded to the authors of selected entries.

   ○ Master's
     - Entrants: 71 entries
     - Winning Entries: Six entries were selected
   ○ Undergraduate
     - Entrants: 73 entries
     - Winning Entries: Seven entries were selected

3. SNU will submit its winning entries to the CORE Project essay contest being held by the National Research Foundation of Korea.

   A. Purpose: To discover and share examples of excellence in the CORE Project and get feedback on the effectiveness of its efforts through an essay contest whose participants are beneficiaries of its initiatives.
   B. Essay Content: Positive experiences or examples of personal development through participation in the CORE Project’s programs
   C. Important Items: Each university supported by the NRF CORE Project must submit at least one essay
   D. Application Period: Monday, January 22nd to Wednesday, January 31st, 2018, by 18:00
   E. Announcement of Winners: February of 2018
   F. Prizes: A certificate to be awarded by the President of the National Research Foundation of Korea and a cash prize
     - 31 winning entries will be selected / Total of 21,500,000 won in prize money

4. The overseas on-site education in New York, to be jointly supervised by the Data Science for Humanities and the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics programs, will soon be underway.

   A. Date: Departure from Incheon on Monday, January 29th / Departure from New York on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
   B. Location: New York, USA
   C. Participants: 27 participants, including 22 students, the CORE Project Lead, leading professor and assistants

Published by the CORE Project (


현재 페이지에 대한 의견이나 수정요청을 관리자에게 보내실 수 있습니다.
아래의 빈 칸에 내용을 간단히 작성해주세요.